System ShutDown Automatically!

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  1. reddick

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    Hi Dude,

    My PC Gets shut-down of it's self.This problem presists after loading WINDOWS and before the Windows Sound.

    The specifications r :-
    AMD Athlon 2000+
    ASUS motherboard
    256 MB RAM
    40 GB HDD (5400)
    Win98SE
    Linked with Net via External Modem

    I even FORMAT my HDD but d problem is still their.Actually,after it is SHUT-DOWN , d power light blinks and stopped whn i OFF my UPS..!

    Why is this happening AGAIN & AGAIN...Tell me wht 2 do...THX 4 ur suggestions... :?


    8) Reddick 8)
     
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    technoteen New Member

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    please give more details
    firstly - is the system working fine in 98?
    does the logon screnn comes up or not?
    if your is single user doest the windows blue screnn comes up?
    also try going into safe mode and mention the programs being loaded in startup using msconfig.exe
     
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    :lol: very funny :lol: :lol:
     
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    Did someone play a prank with your windows registry... its possible to make such a setting... check out your autorun settings with msconfig or else, post your HijackThis log file (as Batty says )
     
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    i am assuming a7v8x-mx
    - in bios check option called ac power loss restart , change to off
    - check temp in bios
    - increase shutdown temp to 95
    - clear cmos if above steps dont work
    - if ur able to go to safe mode , probably problem with drivers .
    - check asus site for latest bios and the bugs fixed by it
     
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